Lindsay Stevens is the land protection program manager for the Florida Chapter of The Nature Conservancy. Prior to joining TNC, Lindsay was the planner in residence and research faculty with the Florida State University Department of Urban and Regional Planning. Her over twenty years of experience in research and applied project work includes the potential impact of automated vehicles on the future growth and development of urban areas, planning for climate change and sea level rise, park and trails master planning, land use and comprehensive planning and tactical urbanism as a mechanism for community revitalization. During her tenure with FSU, Ms. Stevens directed four award-winning applied Studio projects, including the 2017 National AICP Student Project Award for Contribution of Planning to Contemporary Issues. Prior to working with FSU, she served on the executive team for Wakulla County, Florida as assistant county administrator, and was responsible for overseeing both the public safety and planning and community development departments. Prior to her work with Wakulla County, Ms. Stevens worked with The Trust for Public Land on project management, land acquisition and conservation planning matters, and also worked as a land use and real estate attorney with Baker & Hostetler LLP. She holds a bachelor's in political science from Winthrop University, as well as a master's in urban and regional planning and a juris doctor from Florida State University.
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- B18. Land Trusts’ Role in Building Bipartisan Support for Climate Solutions
October 18, 2019
1:30 PM - 3:00 PM